Monday, February 21, 2011

International Anarchists, Socialists and Marxists Taking Over Wisconsin

Well, no response yet from REPSAC = CASPER. Maybe the guy's actually got a job, and not with the public-sector thugs! Fact is, government employees are off today in honor of Presidents Day. It's hard out there in the government gravy-train hood. But it's even harder for hate-addled smear-merchant stalkers. As the protests continue, the full scope of the anarcho-progressive-socialist axis is emerging. For example, here's Noam Chomsky on communist Amy Goodman's Democracy Now! What's especially interesting is the question from Ryan Adserias, a grad student at the University of Wisconsin. He mentions that teaching assistants walked out, and that "undergraduates are walking out of class to show solidarity." The socialist giveaway is the guy's Arafat keffiyeh, which is now the universal fashion item for the neo-communist left's struggle against Israel and the United States:

See also, the Blaze, "Beginning of a Democracy Uprising in the U.S: Noam Chomsky Hopes Wisconsin Protest Will Be Just Like Egypt."

And while RepRascist3 remains in eternal denial, the Blaze nevertheless has more on the anarchists and progressive revolutionaries in Madison: "
Blaze Exclusive: International Anarchists, Socialists and Marxists (Not Average Union Workers) Have a Substance-Fueled Rave While Taking Over Wisconsin State Capitol."

RELATED: From Ann Althouse, "
Highlights of the last 8 days of following the Wisconsin protests here on the Althouse blog," and Gateway Pundit, "Republican Turncoats May Sabotage Governor Walker’s Budget Cut Plans …Updated With Contact Info …Update: WI GOP Senators to Stand With Walker." (Via Memeorandum.)

3 comments:

commoncents said...

THANK YOU for printing this! We are all over this over at Common Cents...

Steve
http://www.commoncts.blogspot.com

Wesley 'Whitey Lawful' Mcgranor said...

Send the Reds back to Europe.

M. Bouffant said...

Hey, "public-sector thug," when Gov. Brown starts cutting your salary & benefits, are you going to take it?

Say, why not volunteer to give a few dollars back to cut that deficit right now? Or would that be too "collectivist?"